The majority of people who use e-cigarettes want to quit.
Researchers from Rutgers University studied national data involving over 1,700 e-cigarette users.
More than 60-percent said they wanted to quit using the device for good while 16-percent planned to quit in the next month.
More than a quarter had already tried to quit in the past year.
Many of the participants had used the same strategies recommended for quitting traditional cigarettes including nicotine replacement products and counseling.